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Residents of Kovin fear the Vest Nile virus Mosquito plague even prevents them from going to the store
KOVIN: Residents of Kovin haven’t been able to leave their homes for days, because they are afraid of mosquitoes, which are besieging the town in swarms. Mosquito spraying hasn’t been organized yet.
Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has demanded that the South Stream pipeline be excluded from the scope of the EU's Third Energy package.
He told reporters after meeting Bulgarian counterpart Kristian Vigenin that Moscow would also insist that negotiations with Brussels be renewed on the project.
Turkey now has 81 political parties following the foundation of the Center Party (MEP), as it finalized the legal process.
AbdÃ¼rrahim KarslÄ±, the leader, said during the partyâs opening ceremony in Ankaraâs Balgat July 7 the MEP would remain in consultation grounds, avoiding conflicts.
Transport Minister Danail Papazov has said it will take five to seven years to raise the Bulgarian State Railways (BDZ) "back on their feet".
He added the state was waiting for approval from Brussels to grant some BGN 170 M (EUR 85 M) to the cash-stripped railway company, which is still struggling to deliver on its debts accumulated prior to Bulgaria's accession into the EU.
59.25 percent of high-school graduates have passed the Baccalaureate exams in the June-July session, according to data centralized by the Ministry of National Education (MEN) before grade appeals were filed, remitted to the public on Monday.
According to the ministry, the result is four percent higher than that of the same period of last year (54.4 percent).
Martha Graham Dance Companys summer tour to conclude at the Herod Atticus
The Martha Graham Dance Company celebrates the long and dynamic relationship between the pioneering modern dance choreographer and Greece this summer as the American troupe embarks on a mini summer tour across the country with a performance program that promises a few surprises.